[icecast] Re [ogg]
rsteding at tecwise.com
Wed Nov 13 06:19:56 UTC 2002
Does Apache stream ogg/vorbis format files?
For instance I use icecast to stream because of the quality and its
dependability in maintaining a connection druing playing.
Like with mp3 files and icecast I can have many many files available as
links that open nicely into a player like WinAmp or real or xmms.
If Apache streams ogg/vobis I'll certianly use it but I didn't think it
had that capability. When I click on an ogg/vorbis file link in an
Apache web directory the damn thing just tries to download. For
downloads I always use Apache but maybe they have come out with a
streaming ogg/vorbis Apache server.
Michael Smith wrote:
>At 08:42 AM 12/11/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>>Ok the link works. I have a thousand files. Do I have to create a
>>thousand mount points or is there a better way?
>If you just want to make static files available for playing individually,
>you should use a web server such as apache instead.
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